As World AIDS Day approaches Dec. 1, public health experts are turning the focus on teens and young adults who make up a remarkably high proportion of HIV infections in the U.S.
When asked what it was like living through the German bombing of Crete during World War II, British novelist Evelyn Waugh replied that it began impressively enough but went on far too long.
In real estate, it’s all good — the data, that is.
That becomes clear every once in awhile when reviewing what the military wants to buy.
Check out this recent Army solicitation:
PURCHASE FRESH FROZEN CADAVERS FOR COMBAT EXTREMITY SURGERY COURSE
Not quite sure if it’s the …
The reports out of Logar province, the southern gateway to Kabul, were mixed Monday.
The Pentagon’s daily Afghan round-up led with good news:
Combined Force Arrests Taliban Bomb Expert
A combined Afghan and coalition
Many adults who have been tracking the story about Elmo-creator Kevin Clash’s departure from Sesame Street might be surprised to learn that they’re part of the show’s target audience.
Amid a Nov. 19 night-time thunderstorm, F-18s from Strike Fighter Squadron 143 (VFA-143), also known as the Pukin’ Dogs, rest on the deck of the carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower between missions near Afghanistan and Iran.
Those classic hole-punched colorful dots were always so difficult to make. Perhaps that’s why some confetti throwers at this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade decided to use shredded documents as confetti.
Charities are worried this may be the last season of giving.
Too often we tend to focus on the here-and-now costs of the wars we’re waging. Every once in awhile we need to be reminded that such costs don’t end when the wars do.
Interesting article in Site Selection: The Magazine of …
Will discussing and prescribing emergency contraception help to lower teen pregnancy in the U.S.?